The 77th International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) Conference was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin March 25-28, 2015. The conference offered opportunities for technology and engineering teachers to learn about programs available for their classrooms. During a breakout session, Lynn Beyer, NFPA’s Workforce Program Manager, presented NFPA’s Roadmap to Building a Strong Workforce, detailing initiatives that teach students about fluid power and engage industry. NFPA also participated in the Conference’s STEM Showcase, showcasing its Fluid Power Challenge program.
To learn more about ITEEA, go to https://www.iteea.org/. For more information about NFPA’s workforce programs, please contact Lynn Beyer at email@example.com.
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